42 Historical Papers have been published on subjects ranging from fire department, cranberry business, stores, sea captains, writers, salt making, the church, the grist mill, yacht club, schools, the Portuguese, rum-running, baseball, World War II, Camp Candoit, inns and specific areas like Santuit and Little River.
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BOOKS ABOUT CAPE COD
"For Golden Friends I had: An account of a lifelong love affair with the Village of Cotuit"
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Author(s): James W. Gould, Jessica Rapp
Paired with Santuit on the south shore of Cape Cod and warmed by the Gulf Stream, Cotuit has long been a favorite summer resort and was home to Cape Cod's first hotel. This quiet and unspoiled New England setting was once a refuge for pirates, deepwater sailors, and coastal traders. Cotuit and Santuit shares the area's unique history withy readers, including such notable memories as"
About the Authors
James W. Gould, professor emeritus of history and international relations, how has published books on maritime history since 1956, and Jessica Rapp Grassetti, a historic preservation expert who has an intimate knowledge of the photographs in this collection, share their love of local history with this publication. Both have been leaders of the historical Society of Santuit and Cotuit, an organization that has been preserving local history since 1954. The society maintains an early 19th-century homestead and museum, which includes a vintage fire engine, gift shop, and archives.
Sales Inquiries can be directed to the Historical Society 508-428-0461, or the author 508-428-8267.
Mail to: JWGould, P.O.Box 161, Cotuit, MA 02635
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